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    DIBS

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    Dibs is in the school since two years. At the beginning he refused to talk. Sometimes he could stay dumb and still during an entire morning. Other times, he could have violent bout of anger when it was time to go back home, which provoked towards teachers and director of the school a big anxiety. Was he mentally retarded? Was he suffering of a mental illness since his birth? Did his brain have received a shock? No one knew, even his parents who always refused to talk about their son’s attitude.

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    The Gift I Cherish

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    from home. The good luck charm was a hand made gift Haldun had received from his parents before coming here. I thought that this was the greatest thing ever, especially coming from one of my best friends. To make any sense of this, I would have to go back about nine months ago. It was the first day of school when I had my study hall in the cafeteria, I noticed a student which resembled an adult in his late 20’s. I knew he couldn’t be over 21 so I knew he couldn’t be in his late 20’s. he had hair

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    Puerto Ricans Immigrating to America

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    Puerto Ricans Immigrating to America The migration of Puerto Ricans to the United States occurred in two major waves. The first wave was in the 1910s-1940s and the second wave was from the 1960s to the 1990s. Each wave of migrants brought new generations of Puerto Ricans to the United States. Both waves of migrants believed that they were going to live a better life in America and migrated to major cities such as New York City, Chicago, Hartford, etc. The early migrants looked for industrial jobs

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    apart of that sport. Most of my friends, my brother, my dad, they all ride. My current job is 100 percent about motocross and hopefully my future career is based on the sport. Motocross is the type of sport where everyone knows each other and is one big community. Motocross is also one of the most dangerous sports. On any given day a rider can crash and that crash may be a career ender or one where they can just pick themselves right up and continue to ride. With so many injuries occurring daily in

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    Unreachable Dreams in The Catcher in The Rye

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    girlfriend, Sally Hayes, to the theater.  After taking her to the theater, Holden formulates a crazy plan which entails running away with Sally, getting married, and growing old together.  Sally thinks that he is crazy, and she decides to go home.  During his stay away from home, Holden drinks and smokes, showing even more misdirection.  However, when Holden returns home and talks to his sister, Phoebe, his direction becomes clear. Holden wants to be the Catcher in the Rye to

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    might read simply for pleasure. Since the telegraph made it possible for news to be printed the day after it happened; it was immediately adopted as the preferred method of getting news to the newsroom. Occasionally, however, the telegraph line would go down. Often this happened during a transmission, and the remainder of the message could not be sent until the line was repaired. Since a detailed description of the setting and the mood are useless without the actual piece of news, the system of writing

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    the United States and find it harder than they thought it would be? Most of these immigrants just go on welfare. Legal immigrants participate in 20.7 percent of all welfare programs while native citizens only participate in 14.1 percent (Borjas). This costs the American public millions of dollars every year. At the turn of the century 40 percent of immigrants that came through Ellis Island had to go home. If the immigrants can't handle the work force, there is nothing for them to do but fall back

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    When the bell rings for students to go home the quiet and serene field of asphalt in front of school becomes a sinkhole and everyone is fighting to get out. Most school parking lots are accessible, safe, and orderly; the Hinckley-Big Rock High School parking lot is an accident waiting to happen. With so many problems, a slight redesign of the schools main parking lot would seem practical. Anytime the idea of making any corrections or additions to the parking lot comes up in a discussion, the notion

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    Roomate Rules

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    Roommates are inevitable for most college students and young adults. With the economy in trouble more and more people are deciding to live with roommates in order to save money. This can often lead to disagreements, feuds, and misery. You can’t always find the perfect roommates but there are some rules everyone should set before moving in together. Recently I conducted a survey. The survey was handed out to thirty college students ranging from the ages of eighteen to twenty-three. In this poll they

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    like he is about ready to shoot Tub, Tub has the automatic reaction and shoots Kenny in the stomach. This leads to Tub and Frank coming clean with each other. This is their way of letting go and becoming free of their web of lies they have created. Towards the end of the story Tobias Wolff talks about the "Big Dipper... (12)" and "the North Star… (12). This is hinting towards the freedom that all three characters are trying to achieve and how they are trying to gain freedom like the slaves of the

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